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  1. geenani
    12-02-2011 05:19 AM - permalink
    geenani
    heyy is that autochipsdirect.com for real? it would be compatible with a 92 3.1L V6?
  2. Tripp
    05-30-2011 10:23 PM - permalink
    Tripp
    Oh, I see. I was just being a "funny guy", lol.
  3. Hephaestus98
    05-03-2011 10:21 AM - permalink
    Hephaestus98
    Just wanted to stop by and tell you I think it's awesome your the original owner of your T/A and have kept it this long! Props on that!
  4. ws6speedpaul
    03-26-2011 04:11 PM - permalink
    ws6speedpaul
    Hi NavyVet,

    I was hoping that you may be able to assist with a few SES codes on my 1999 WS6 T/A

    It recently threw codes P0141, P0161 for the O2 sensor

    and P0410, P0412, P0418 for the secondary air injection system.

    Can you tell me what needs to be replaced?

    Thanks, Paul
  5. 87bird
    03-17-2011 06:38 PM - permalink
    87bird
    higher rank = moral boost,
    Congrats Moderator
  6. NavyVet
    02-27-2011 07:39 PM - permalink
    NavyVet
    I would use cork with some good sealant such as permatex.
  7. knighty5rider
    02-27-2011 07:38 PM - permalink
    knighty5rider
    hey, about the cam bore gasket, should i use the rubber fiber one or the cork? what would work best?
  8. BuMouTLaW
    02-26-2011 07:18 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    Oh, ok. Sweet, thanks a lot!
  9. NavyVet
    02-26-2011 06:40 PM - permalink
    NavyVet
    There are numbers stamped on the block by the oil filter mount that will tell you.
    Check the picture at this link: http://shbox.com/1/block_vin.jpg
  10. BuMouTLaW
    02-26-2011 05:27 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    Since my motor was swapped from the previous owner, I'm curious as to know what year the motor is. Are there any signs that will be able to show how old the motor is? "Dealership" said it was pulled from a Vette, but I think they're just saying that since it's an LT1. I'd rather not have to tear the motor apart to find out either, but if I have to later on the road, I might as well loook out for it. Any advice?

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  • About NavyVet
    Biography
    25 years Naval Aviation, 10 years as Stockbroker.
    Location
    Jacksonville, FL
    Interests
    Gardening, Web site managment
    Occupation
    Retired Navy
    Gender
    Male
    Vehicle
    1996 Firebird Trans Am
    Engine type and displacement
    LT 1 5.7ltr
    Induction
    N/A
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Tires
    Street Radials
    1/4 Mile ET
    0.000
  • Signature

    96 T/A, Black/Graphite Leather, T-Tops, 6 speed, 10 speaker Delco/Bose "Monsoon"
    Original owner, 217k miles and counting.
    Total engine rebuild at 187,020 miles. AIR delete, bored .030 over.
    Comp cams Xtreme Energy LT1 266HR-14 street cam and springs.
    Custom leather interior at 190k miles. Total repaint 193k Miles
    26PPH injectors.

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